near the confluence of the Krsna with the Malapaharl and
destroyed him with his army. Having plundered the city of
Vldyanagara, the three Padushahs returned with their troops to
Bijapur; and Vidyanagara gradually fell into ruin. Sub-
sequently the kingdom fell into a state of anarcby and the
depredations of the palaigars resulted in the dispersion of
the people in diiferent directions. The village thereupon fell
into complete ruin.
Kaijly&t a/SittJaySji : Z. R> 40, pp. 301-2.
Koneti Rangaraja -was governing the fort of Grutti during
Aliya Ramaraja's rule. The live Padushahs — Alii Ahdal Shah
of Bijapur. Badar Nizam Shah, Kutub Shah, etc. — having
united together marched upon the Narapati, the king of kings,
and engaged him in a battle. As the forces of the Eaya vrere
not strong enough, they cut off his head and overthrew the
t of Yayra-Timmarnftueruv* : £,. #. 39, p. 47-
"While Aliya Ramaraja -was governing the kingdom, the
live Muharamadiin Padnshalis — Kutubu Shah of Hyderabad,
Alii Adal Shah of Bijapur, Sizam Shah Bahad! (Bhairy) of
Ahmadnagar, Xizam Shah of Danlatabad * and linad-ui-Mulk
of Birad-Btirhanpur — advanced -with, their armies, and having-
rebelled against Aliya Ramaiuya defeated him in battle, *nd!
cut oii his liead. They took possession of the kingdom.
: L. R. 39, p. 232
Then, the Padushahs of Deccan, having joined together,
slew Ramaraya, on account of religious hatred, and annexed
t of SXxttrS&Zr : Z. J?. 99» p. 50^
* This is ctitiinly * mistake. Th* correct Ami* is B*xSd Shlb oC BfcUj.